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ABC
Jan 22, 2010 5:30pm EST
trial accused of killing one of the late term abortion providers in the united states. he is charged with first degree murder in the death of dr. tiller. he admitted to killing him on may 31st while the doctor was serving as an usher. he claimed he did it to save the unborn. a witness from the church testified today. >> i told him to lie flat on his back. when i saw the flash and heard the gun pop i looked. i saw his hand out and he still had the gun in his hand. >> they have cameras in the courtroom in kansas. his attorney decided not to present his opening statement until after the prosecution presents its case. >>> time for a look at the weather. we dodged a bullet last night. we had the potential to get decent icing and slush. were wound the clock here going back 12 hours. look at this particular storm. you can see that precipitation changing over. the wintry mix gets drawn south and west of the city. temperatures in the 40s. last night we never got below the freezing mark. a little bit of sleet we did get a lot didn't stick. that's good for the morning rush. tonight we'll drop d
ABC
Jan 8, 2010 5:30pm EST
. restructuring plan will take effect in april. >>> today the department of labor report had the the united states lost 85,000 jobs in december. some analysts expected a net gain in if number of jobs last month. that didn't map. as john henry tells us the president is trying to look at the bright side of the sputtering economy. >> reporter: the latest job numbers marked another dose of bad news for the economy and the president. >> a remind that the road to recovery is never straight. we have to work every day to get our economy moving again. >> reporter: many economist were expecting december to show job gains for the first time since december 2007. instead they lost 85,000 jobs. >> the first thing is to get jobs back in the economy. jobs! jobs! jobs! >> reporter: manufacturing, retail and construction industries were hit harder. >> it is a fact that the economy is still eliminating jobs not adding jobs. the enemployment picture may be getting better but it is not getting better fast. >> reporter: the good news came with the governor said the economy gained 4,000 jobs before loosing them again in
ABC
Jan 11, 2010 5:30pm EST
of invincible is a deadly combination. >> reporter: the cost of crashes across the united states $630 million every day. >>> the trial for a man accused of killing former city council councilman jim harris hits a roadblock. find out what's prompting a delay. >>> what mail you need to look out for so you don't become a victim. i calculate my own payroll. it works... pretty well. right, guys? announcer: there's an easier way. do your payroll with intuit online payroll. just enter employee hours. it calculates all the taxes and creates paychecks. get a 30-day free trial at intuit.com. but it's melting fast. this is your last chance to get $150 back plus a free multi-room dvr for 3 months when you switch to verizon fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month with a one-year agreement. with fios tv, you get an amazing hd picture along with internet service that's fiber-optic fast. both were ranked highest in customer satisfaction by j.d. power and associates. and don't miss out on your chance to watch the big game in fios hd. you won't believe how much better football looks with fios. but
ABC
Jan 27, 2010 5:30pm EST
on the earthquake is $300 million. that's more than one dollar from everyone in the united states. >>> now for a look at tonight's top stories. toyota is suspending sales of eight of its most popular models because of faulty gas peddles. they could stick and cause unintended acceleration. last weekend toyota issued a recall for some of the same eight models affected 2.3 million vehicles. they include the camry and corolla and ram 4 crossover. >>> serve talking about the economy including the president. most of president obama's state of the union address will talk about economic initiatives, tax cuts and a fiscal restraint for a government who keeps piling up debt. we'll air the state of the union. >>> one of the folks in the audience for the state of the union tonight will be incoming mayor stephanie rawlings blake. she's be a guest of senator carden. >>> a woman in baltimore county has a story to tell. she was bitten by a cobra in the white marsh shopping center parking lot. it is true. it happened sunday. the woman says she thought it was a stick. when she picked it up it bit her fing
ABC
Jan 4, 2010 5:30pm EST
at 6:00 -- i'm kelly swoope. tighter security for people flying into the united states. reaction from passengers at bwi marshall about the new rules. >> the ravens are in the playoffs. now you're wondering just how much it might cost you to go to foxboro to see them take on the patriots. we'll tell you how much coming up at 6:00. >> here's jamie costello with a look at tonight's "financial survival guide." >> i'm jamie costello. a brand new year but this web site is still the place to hang out for all your financial needs. let's go there now. to abc2news.com. click on "financial survival guide." on there today, downsizing to just one income. how to survive. will a shadow inventory help buyers or sellers more? and a tax break for home decorating. our money expert has advice for decorating on a dime rather than a dollar. and how you can take advantage of a new tax break. these stories and more. come back often because we're always updating the material on abc2news.com. our "financial survival guide." i'm jamie costello. anks for coming back out. sure. i think you might have hooked it up
ABC
Jan 26, 2010 5:30pm EST
mandate intelligence officials be contacted when alleged foreign terrorists are arrested in the united states. yunji de nies, abc news, washington. >>> if credit card companies have been putting the bite on you, the new government rules are about to put teeth into consumer protection in tonight's in focus report. diana alvear says it's all about giving your credit its due. >> reporter: big changes are coming to credit cards designed to give consumers a break and keep credit in the hands of those who qualify for it. >> my old dog buddy received a credit card application preapproved in the mail. that won't happen anymore. >> reporter: the changes war proved last year and take effect next month. banks will no longer be allowed to raise rates on existing balances unless you are at least 30 days late on paying the minimum due. >> the mere fact that you are a few days, even a few hours in the fast could cause a late fee to go into effect immediately seemed to me to be unfair and i'm glad to see that's changing. it will save consumers a lot of money. >> reporter: universal default is dead. t
ABC
Jan 19, 2010 5:30pm EST
are in the state budget and the governor included 10 furlough days for state employees. also state employees will not be getting any pay raises this year. >>> a u.s. marine expeditionary unit with 800 members moved ashore today in haiti bringing supplies on helicopters and hum humvees. a pentagon spokesman says it's now using airdrops to get supplies to destinations because troops couldn't reach some areas quickly. >>> tonight, abc2 is teeming up with the american red cross to help those in need in haiti. we have set up a phone bank in our studio. if you would like to help the survivors kelly swoope is in our studio now with more on the effort to get aid to folks in haiti. >> reporter: rosy, we have a lot of volunteers in the studio standing by waiting to take your phone calls. some folks are waiting for the phones to ring. the number is 410-481-2222. this is a project that abc2 has teamed up with scripps and the american red cross to send help to haiti. mary has been a longtime volunteer. why is it so important for you to do this? my microphone -- for you to hear me. >> to be here? >> to
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